Monthly Archives: January 2013


 

Vegetarian Rice Paper Rolls- Gỏi Cuốn Chay

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    In Australia we love our soft Rice Paper Rolls; especially fresh and bursting with herbs and vegetables. Rice Paper Rolls are also popular around the world. In America and many other countries they are known as Summer Rolls, Salad … Continue reading

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Slow Food Farmers Market Abbotsford Convent

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The Slow Food Farmers Market at the Abbotsford Convent is definitely worth a visit. There are over 60 growers and makers who sell farm fresh and organic seasonal fruit, vegetables, seedlings, herbs, breads, rare breed and free range meat. Some … Continue reading

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Fat Hen Weed Dumplings

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Chinese dumplings are a popular dish and have travelled far and wide including here in Melbourne and many other places in Australia. There have been an influx of dumplings houses popping up and feeding the Aussie masses with their tasty … Continue reading

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Hội Chợ Tết Footscray- Vietnamese New Year Festival in Footscray 2013

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Melbourne was blessed with perfect weather yesterday, not a cloud in sight. Footscray hosted the East Meets West Lunar festival,  one of the many Vietnamese Lunar festivals in Melbourne. The streets were the lined with stall holders, loud music and … Continue reading

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Celebrating Tết – Vietnamese New Year

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Tết is the biggest event in the Vietnamese calendar, whether you are in Vietnam or elsewhere in the world, families get together and celebrate. It is one big and long party, Tết celebrations can last from a day up to … Continue reading

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ngày giỗ bà ngoại- grandmother’s death anniversary dinner

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Each year on 21 January of the Lunar calendar we celebrate my maternal grandmother’s death anniversary. This year in the Gregorian calendar the date is converted to 2 January 2013. My grandmother past away 48 years ago when my own mother … Continue reading

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